Peer Review, Spring 2010

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Spring2010Vol.12No.2

Undergraduate Research

This issue highlights undergraduate programs that integrate students into the research community through mentored experiences in various disciplines. These programs strive to provide students with hands-on opportunities to participate in original research projects and to engage in creative activities and scholarship under the guidance of experienced faculty members. Articles focus on undergraduate research in the arts and humanities, as well as in STEM disciplines, and describe models for first-year and lower-division students.

Table of Contents

By Shelley Johnson Carey

Analysis

By Susan Elrod, Project Kaleidoscope (PKAL); Diane Husic, Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR); and Jillian Kinzie, Center for Postsecondary Research and NSSE Institute

Practice

By Cathy W. Levenson, Florida State University

By Allison A. Snow, The Ohio State University; Janice DeCosmo, University of Washington; and Said M. Shokair, University of California at Irvine.

By Gitanjali Kaul and Charleyse Pratt, Cleveland State University

Research
Reality Check

By David R. Evans, Buena Vista University

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